posted byStephanieonJuly 20,201011 Commentstagscow, creatures, farm, farm stay, Oregon, Wordless WednesdayEdit
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Awesome! I really like his shaggy do!
That is one hairy cow. :)
He looks like a lot of fun!
lol you cant help laughing at stare..love it :-)
Wow, look at those horns! Great picture!
She’s beautiful. The photo makes me want to reach out and scratch her ears.
Cool! a former Neigbour of mine, when I lived in the Peace, had a whole herd, around forty of these.
Katie – I know, she totally looks like she wants a scratch, right? She would mosey up to the fence and stick her head down to my hand and when I reached through, she would whack me with her horns! It seemed like a game b/c she kept coming closer and would let you touch her head and then whack! It was hilarious.
I have a small herd of cows but they are boring plain ones. I would love to have some that look like sheepdogs.
She’s wonderful! When I lived in Vermont there was a pair of these living on a little farm in the mountains–they always looked so at home in that kind of wild and woolly environment. Great shot with that unsettled-looking sky in the background.
Thanks for all the great comments. She and her companion are named Daisy May and Cher. I’m not sure which one this was as I’m still honing my cow identification skills.
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